Guernsey’s Lindum Consult and Jersey-based HLG Associates are joining forces to create a pan-Channel Islands provider of quantity surveying, project management, environmental, health and safety and construction advisory services
Lindum Consult has provided quantity surveyor and construction consultancy services in Guernsey since 2009, working with numerous clients including a prominent seafront property for the Fuller Group and a £1.5 million waste sorting facility for the Guernsey Recycling Group.
Specialising in advisory services to public and private sectors, HLG has worked with an extensive range of Jersey and UK-based clients since 2010. Among recent commissions are leading the redevelopment of old St Martin’s School and acting as advisor on the multi-million-pound Palace of Westminster restoration and renewal project.
Lindum's Founder Andrew Morley, who will continue as Managing Director in Guernsey, said the merger will benefit clients across the Channel Islands.
"The benefits of bringing together Lindum and HLG presents a real opportunity to support clients in both islands that are seeking professional advice and strong support with decision-making on their construction and infrastructure projects," he said.
"I’m delighted to announce the alliance with HLG, and particularly excited to be able to offer more high-quality support to Lindum’s existing clients."
Mr Morley will be supported by HLG’s Jerry Willis, who takes on the role of Director for the company’s Guernsey-based arm.
‘There’s been a lot of talk politically and within the industry that both islands should be collaborating more and working closer together," said Mr Willis.
"HLG is now able to contribute to this debate, and to share our experience with clients and associates in both islands. Utilising our knowledge as a platform for connecting opportunities, we’ll be able to deliver real benefits and realise efficiencies on those projects we’re appointed to advise on."
Pictured top: Andrew Morley will continue as Managing Director of the merged firms in Guernsey.
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